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PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
FP7 Analog Input Unit
User's Manual
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    PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER FP7 Analog Input Unit User's Manual Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

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    It could lead to an electric shock. Copyright / Trademarks -This manual and its contents are copyrighted. Panasonic -You may not copy this manual, in whole or part, without written consent of Industrial Devices SUNX Co., Ltd.

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    Types of Manual • There are different types of users manual for the FP7 series, as listed below. Please refer to a relevant manual for the unit and purpose of your use. • The manuals can be downloaded on our website.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents 1. Unit Functions and Restrictions........1-1 Unit Functions and Operation..............1-2 Basic Operation of Analog Input Processing.......... 1-3 Restrictions on Units Combination ............1-4 1.3.1 Restriction by Power Consumption ............1-4 2. Names and Functions of Parts .......... 2-1 Analog Input Unit..................

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    Table of Contents 4.2.2 Unit Setting and Conversion Processing Time ........4-7 Reading Analog Input Data..............4-8 4.3.1 Reading Analog Input Data ..............4-8 Data Acquisition Timing ................4-9 5. Conversion Characteristics of Analog Input Unit ....5-1 Voltage Range ..................5-2 5.1.1 Voltage Input Range: -10 to +10 V (0.32 mV, 1/62,500)......5-2 5.1.2 Voltage Input Range: 0 to +10 V (0.32 mV, 1/31,250)......5-3...

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    Table of Contents 6.7.3 Buffering by External Input Trigger ............6-20 6.7.4 Buffering Triggered by Value Change in Analog Input......6-22 Configuration by Programming............. 6-24 7. What to Do If an Error Occurs..........7-1 What to Do If an Error Occurs (Analog Input) ........7-2 7.1.1 Failure in Reading Analog Input Data .............7-2 7.1.2...

  • Page 7: Unit Functions And Restrictions

    Unit Functions and Restrictions Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 8: Unit Functions And Operation

    Unit Functions and Restrictions 1.1 Unit Functions and Operation Features of analog input unit The analog input unit receives various analog values (i.e., voltage, current, and temperature values) from laser analog sensors and pressure sensors and converts them internally into digital values.

  • Page 9: Basic Operation Of Analog Input Processing

    1.2 Basic Operation of Analog Input Processing 1.2 Basic Operation of Analog Input Processing Analog input is processed as explained below. Operation of analog input unit (1) Receiving analog input The analog input unit receives analog input data from analog devices, such as laser analog sensors and pressure sensors.

  • Page 10: Restrictions On Units Combination

    Name Product no. Current consumption FP7 analog input unit AFP7AD4H 100 mA or less Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 11: Names And Functions Of Parts

    Names and Functions of Parts Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 12: Analog Input Unit

    Names and Functions of Parts 2.1 Analog Input Unit Names and functions of parts (1) Operation monitor LEDs LED name Contents color Blue Lit when the CPU unit is turned ON. Lit if the configuration settings are beyond the allowable range or A/D conversion ERROR is not possible.

  • Page 13: Wiring

    Wiring Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 14: Wiring Of Terminal Block

    Wiring 3.1 Wiring of Terminal Block Suitable solderless terminals/wires M3 terminal screws are used for the terminal. The following suitable solderless terminals are recommended for the wiring to the terminals • Suitable solderless terminals Manufacturer Shape Part no. Suitable wires Round type 1.25-MS3 0.25 to 1.65 mm...

  • Page 15: Connecting Analog Input

    3.2 Connecting Analog Input 3.2 Connecting Analog Input 3.2.1 Voltage Input (-10 to +10, 0 to +10, 0 to +5, and +1 to +5 V) Wiring diagram and internal circuit diagram Terminal layout Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 16: Current Input (0 To +20, +4 To +20 Ma)

    Wiring 3.2.2 Current Input (0 to +20, +4 to +20 mA) Wiring diagram and internal circuit diagram In the case of current input, connect the Vn and In terminals. Terminal layout NOTES • Use double-core twisted-pair shielded wires. It is recommended to ground them.

  • Page 17: Connecting Trigger Input Terminal Trig

    3.3 Connecting Trigger Input Terminal TRIG 3.3 Connecting Trigger Input Terminal TRIG The trigger input terminal is used when the buffer function is used with an external input signal as a trigger signal. This terminal needs not be connected if these functions are not used. Description Items Description...

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    Wiring Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 19: Unit Settings And Data Reading

    Unit Settings and data Reading Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 20: Confirming The I/o Number Allocations And First Word Number

    4.1 Confirming the I/O Number Allocations and First Word Number 4.1.1 Occupied I/O Area and I/O Allocations In the FP7, analog input data is allocated to the external input relay area and processed. An analog input signal into a single channel is handled by 16 X-contact points.

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    4.1 Confirming the I/O Number Allocations and First Word Number X1C to Not used Do not use. Error flag Turns ON if an error occurs. (Note 1) The I/O numbers in the tables above show offset addresses. I/O numbers actually allocated are based on the first word number allocated to the unit.

  • Page 22: Confirming The I/o Number Allocations

    Take the following procedure to set the first word number. PROCEDURE 1. Select “Options” → “FP7 Configuration” from the menu bar. 2. Select “I/O Map” from the field. 3. Double-click the target slot where the operating unit is to be inserted.

  • Page 23: Option Settings

    The following steps are described on the condition that the analog input unit has been already allocated on the I/O map. PROCEDURE Select “Options” → “FP7 Configuration” from the menu bar. Select “I/O Map” from the field Select the slot where the analog input unit is registered and press the [Advanced] button.

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    Unit Settings and data Reading Settings Group Setting item Settings Default Isolation between channels Non-isolated/Isolated Non-isolated Buffer function Not use/Use Not use Trigger input relay/rise of external input trigger/fall of external input Trigger input Trigger type trigger/rising time of analog input relay level/falling time of analog input level Basic setting items...

  • Page 25: Unit Setting And Conversion Processing Time

    4.2 Option settings 4.2.2 Unit Setting and Conversion Processing Time Conversion time varies with the configuration setting conditions. Isolation setting and conversion processing time • Isolated: 5 ms/ch • Non-isolated: 25 μs/ch • The speed of A/D conversion processing will become faster if non-isolation is set. Each channel is isolated by switching the respective photo-MOS relays of the channels at the time of conversion.

  • Page 26: Reading Analog Input Data

    Unit Settings and data Reading 4.3 Reading Analog Input Data 4.3.1 Reading Analog Input Data Basic Operation of Analog Input Processing (1) Receiving analog input The analog input unit receives analog input data from devices, such as laser analog sensors and pressure sensors.

  • Page 27: Data Acquisition Timing

    4.4 Data Acquisition Timing 4.4 Data Acquisition Timing Input conversion processing time of analog input unit Conversion processing time varies with the range and the number of channels in use. The conversion execution/non-execution channel function can save the conversion time for channels that do not execute conversion processing.

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    Unit Settings and data Reading • Example of 1-channel conversion Analog signal of ch0 Converts ch0 repeatedly Processing in the analog input part I/O refresh Processing in the CPU unit Data of ch0 to be read in the CPU unit Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com 4-10...

  • Page 29: Conversion Characteristics Of Analog Input Unit

    Conversion Characteristics of Analog Input Unit Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 30: Voltage Range

    Conversion Characteristics of Analog Input Unit 5.1 Voltage Range 5.1.1 Voltage Input Range: -10 to +10 V (0.32 mV, 1/62,500) Input range: -10 to +10 V Analog input Digital value conveted value +31,250 +25,000 +18,750 +12,500 +6,250 -6,250 -12,500 -18,750 -25,000 -31,250 When exceeding the rated range...

  • Page 31: Voltage Input Range: 0 To +10 V (0.32 Mv, 1/31,250)

    5.1 Voltage Range 5.1.2 Voltage Input Range: 0 to +10 V (0.32 mV, 1/31,250) Input range: 0 to +10 V Analog input Digital value conveted value +31,250 +25,000 +18,750 +12,500 +6,250 When exceeding the rated range Analog input Converted value value +10 V or more +31,250...

  • Page 32: Voltage Input Range: 1 To 5 V (0.16 Mv, 1/25,000)

    Conversion Characteristics of Analog Input Unit 5.1.4 Voltage input range: 1 to 5 V (0.16 mV, 1/25,000) Input range: 1 to 5 V Analog input Digital value conveted value 25,000 18,750 12,500 6,250 When exceeding the rated range Analog input Converted value value...

  • Page 33: Current Range

    5.2 Current Range 5.2 Current Range 5.2.1 Current Input Range: 0 to +20 mA (0.64μA, 1/31,250) Input range: 0 to +20 mA Analog input Digital value conveted value (mA) +31,250 +25,000 +18,750 +12,500 +6,250 When exceeding the rated range Analog input Converted value value...

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    Conversion Characteristics of Analog Input Unit Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 35: Optional Settings For Analog Input

    Optional Settings for Analog Input Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 36: Average Processing Settings

    Optional Settings for Analog Input 6.1 Average Processing Settings 6.1.1 Number of Averaging Times Overview of functions • Analog input data sampled by the unit is averaged and stored as digital values. • If the number of averaging times is set, analog input data items acquired will be stored as digital values when the number of analog input data items reaches the set number of averaging times.

  • Page 37: Time Average

    6.1 Average Processing Settings 6.1.2 Time Average Overview of functions • Analog input data sampled by the unit is averaged and stored as digital values. • If time average is set, analog input data items acquired will be stored as digital values when the acquisition period of the analog input data items reaches the set averaging time.

  • Page 38: Moving Average

    Optional Settings for Analog Input 6.1.3 Moving Average Overview of functions • Analog input data sampled by the unit is averaged and stored as digital values. • If moving average is set, analog input data items acquired will be stored as digital values when the number of analog input data items reaches the set number of moving average times.

  • Page 39: Offset/gain Processing

    6.2 Offset/Gain processing 6.2 Offset/Gain processing Overview of Functions • Offset value (added correction) and gain value (magnification correction) adjustments are made to store processed data in the I/O area. Analog input Analog post- Offset processing Gain processing data processing data •...

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    Optional Settings for Analog Input Configuration Name Default Setting range and description Function Offset/Gain Select “Execute.” setting processing execute Offset value Set an offset value at the time of using the offset processing function. Setting range: -3,000 to +3,000 (specified with a signed integer) Gain value K10,000 Set an gain value at the time of using the gain processing function.

  • Page 41: Scale Conversion

    6.3 Scale Conversion 6.3 Scale Conversion Overview of functions • This function makes it possible to set an easy-to-use analog output range. Analog input data acquired in a range between preset minimum and maximum values is scale converted and stored in the I/O area. This function is convenient if used for scale unit conversion. •...

  • Page 42: Comparison For Upper And Lower Limits

    Optional Settings for Analog Input 6.4 Comparison for Upper and Lower Limits Overview of Functions This function compares acquired data with the upper limit and lower limit and turns ON the upper limit relay or lower limit relay if the acquired data exceeds the upper limit value or lower limit value.

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    6.4 Comparison for Upper and Lower Limits I/O Allocation The I/O numbers in the timing chart and program are shown on the condition that the first word number of the unit is 10. Actual I/O numbers allocated to the analog input unit are determined by the first word number.

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    Optional Settings for Analog Input Sample Program The digital conversion value on ch0 of the analog input unit is read to detect the upper limit and lower limit, and the desired output is turned ON with the upper or lower limit detected. (CH0): Controls upper Y103 and lower limit...

  • Page 45: Holding Max./min. Values

    6.5 Holding Max./Min. Values 6.5 Holding Max./Min. Values Overview of Functions This function maintains the maximum and minimum values of acquired data. When the maximum and minimum value hold settings are valid, the maximum and minimum digital conversion values will be maintained and stored in the following unit memories. •...

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    Optional Settings for Analog Input Hold data storage area Unit memory Name Default Setting range and description number (Hex) UM 00180 The acquired maximum value will be held when the maximum UM 00181 and minimum value holding function is used. Holding max.

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    6.5 Holding Max./Min. Values Sample Program The analog data on ch0 of the analog input unit is read, and the data holding the maximum and minimum values will be read at the desired data register. Y105 < > (CH0): Controls upper Max./Min.

  • Page 48: Disconnection Detection

    Optional Settings for Analog Input 6.6 Disconnection detection Overview of Functions The disconnection detection flag is turned ON and the error indicator will be lit if the result of input does not reach a certain value while a voltage input range of +1 to +5 V or input current range of +4 to +20 mA is set.

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    6.6 Disconnection detection I/O allocation The I/O numbers in the timing chart and program are shown on the condition that the first word number of the unit is 10. Actual I/O numbers allocated to the analog input unit are determined by the first word number. *1 Disconnection detection execution relay Y100 Y110...

  • Page 50: Buffer Settings

    Optional Settings for Analog Input 6.7 Buffer Settings 6.7.1 Overview of Buffer Function This function stores digital conversion values acquired at a preset cycle into a unit memory. If a trigger is input while the buffer function is executed (with the buffer execution relay turned ON), digital conversion values for a specified number of data items will be stored in the buffer memory (unit memory) at a specified cycle.

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    6.7 Buffer Settings Configuration Name Default Setting range and description Buffer function Not use Select "Use" for the buffer function. Execution/Non- execution settings Trigger setting Select a trigger signal to start buffering when the buffer function is used. Set the number of data items (words) to be stored in the buffer. No.

  • Page 52: Buffering By Trigger Output Relay

    Optional Settings for Analog Input 6.7.2 Buffering by Trigger Output Relay Buffering by trigger output relay (YXXX) The following sequence shows the operation of starting buffer processing with the trigger relay (YXXX) turned ON by a user program. Digital converted value CH0 to CH3 (Flag/Data) Buffer...

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    6.7 Buffer Settings I/O Allocation The I/O numbers in the timing chart and program are shown on the condition that the first word number of the unit is 10. Actual I/O numbers allocated to the analog input unit are determined by the first word number. The buffer function is allocated to I/O on CH0. CH1 to CH3 all operate simultaneously with the I/O on CH0.

  • Page 54: Buffering By External Input Trigger

    Optional Settings for Analog Input 6.7.3 Buffering by External Input Trigger Using external input as trigger The following sequence shows the operation of buffer processing with input into the external trigger input terminal of the unit. Digital converted value CH0 to CH3 (Flag/Data) Buffer execution relay...

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    6.7 Buffer Settings I/O Allocation The I/O numbers in the timing chart and program are shown on the condition that the first word number of the unit is 10. Actual I/O numbers allocated to the analog input unit are determined by the first word number. The buffer function is allocated to I/O on CH0. CH1 to CH3 all operate simultaneously with the I/O on CH0.

  • Page 56: Buffering Triggered By Value Change In Analog Input

    Optional Settings for Analog Input 6.7.4 Buffering Triggered by Value Change in Analog Input Buffering by change in trigger input The following sequence shows the operation of starting buffer processing with the detection of a rise or fall of the digital converted value on a specified analog input channel. The example below shows a case where the level of analog input CH0 rises.

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    6.7 Buffer Settings I/O allocation The I/O numbers in the timing chart and program are shown on the condition that the first word number of the unit is 10. Actual I/O numbers allocated to the analog input unit are determined by the first word number. The buffer function is allocated to I/O on CH0. CH1 to CH3 all operate simultaneously with the I/O on CH0.

  • Page 58: Configuration By Programming

    Optional Settings for Analog Input 6.8 Configuration by Programming Overview of functions • The FP7 analog input unit makes it possible to overwrite configuration information by programming. • The configuration information is refreshed by writing “55AA” to unit memory UM 00028 after the value is stored in the unit memory where a desired parameter is set.

  • Page 59: What To Do If An Error Occurs

    What to Do If an Error Occurs Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 60: What To Do If An Error Occurs (analog Input)

    What to Do If an Error Occurs 7.1 What to Do If an Error Occurs (Analog Input) 7.1.1 Failure in Reading Analog Input Data • Check again that I/O allocations are correct. • Check again the connections of the terminal block. •...

  • Page 61: Specifications

    Specifications Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

  • Page 62: Specifications

    Specifications 8.1 Specifications General Specifications Items Description Operating 0°C to 55°C ambient temperature Storage ambient -40°C to 70°C temperature Operating 10% to 95% (RH) with no condensation (at 25°C) ambient humidity Storage ambient 10% to 95% (RH) with no condensation (at 25°C) humidity Between I/O terminals and power supply terminals of CPU 500 V AC for 1 minute...

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    8.1 Specifications Performance Specifications Items Description No. of input points 4 channels -10 to +10 V DC (Resolution: 1/62,500) 0 to +10 V DC (Resolution: 1/31,250) Voltage Input 0 to +5 V DC (Resolution: 1/31,250) range +1 to +5 V DC (Resolution: 1/25,000) (see note 3) (resolution) 0 to +20 mA (Resolution: 1/31,250) Current...

  • Page 64: I/o Allocation

    Specifications 8.2 I/O Allocation Input contact I/O number Name Description Digital convertedvalues corresponding to the analog input is stored. <Voltage range> -10 to +10 V: -31,250 to +31,250 A/D conversion 0 to +10 V or 0 to 5 V: 0 to +31,250 data (16 bits) +1 to +5 V: 0 to +25,000...

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    8.2 I/O Allocation Output contact I/O number Name Description ON to execute the disconnection detection function. Disconnection OFF to turn OFF the disconnection detection execution detection flag (Xn0). relay (valid for 1 to 5 V and 4 to 20 mA ranges only) Not used Do not use.

  • Page 66: List Of Unit Memories

    Specifications 8.3 List of Unit Memories 8.3.1 List of Unit Memory Number There is no need to set unit memory values, because unit memory values will be written automatically if they are set in the configuration menu of the FPWIN GR7 tool software. In the case of making program settings, specify the desired unit memory numbers and write the corresponding values.

  • Page 67: List Of Detailed Specifications Of Unit Memories

    8.4 List of Detailed Specifications of Unit Memories 8.4 List of Detailed Specifications of Unit Memories Common to All Channels Unit memory Name Default Setting range and description number (Hex) Select the insulation or non-insulation between analog input channels. Isolation UM 00081 between H0: Non-isolated...

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    Specifications Individual setting area per channel Unit memory Name Default Setting range and description number (Hex) UM 00090 Conversion Select the conversion function to be used. UM 000A0 processing H0: Not execute Execution/Non- UM 000B0 H1: Execute execution UM 000C0 Select the input range.

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    8.4 List of Detailed Specifications of Unit Memories Individual setting area per channel Unit memory Name Default Setting range and description number (Hex) Set constants for average processing. Function used Settings UM 00094 Number of No. of averaging 2 to 60,000 [times] UM 000A4 Averaging averaging times...

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    Specifications Individual monitor area per channel Unit memory Name Default Setting range and description number (Hex) UM 00180 The acquired maximum value will be held when the maximum and UM 00181 Holding max. minimum value holding function is used. value UM 00182 Setting range: -31,250 to +31,250 (specified with a signed integer) UM 00183...

  • Page 71: Dimensions

    8.5 Dimensions 8.5 Dimensions (18) Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com 8-11...

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    Specifications Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com 8-12...

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    Record of changes Manual No. Date Record of Changes WUME-FP7AIH-01 Mar.2013 First Edition Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com...

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